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    Default Hi all

    Hi all does anyone know how the Moe diamond weight gauge works pleased

    Kind Regards

    Peter

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    Well, it doesn't actually measure weight for starters. It'll measure width(s)of the girdle & depth, which translates to an approximate weight for an ideal cut of that shape using look-up tables.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tjcnhx5F7Ok

    Haven't located the tables yet, but I did find an online calculator for various shapes.
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    Thanks, Peter for your help its gratefully received so you take 3 measurements I take is the Length & width and the depth then put them into the Cart Calculator and gives the Cart weight.

    I have a Diamond stud & Baguette earrings so I measure Length & width and the depth and there's 20 Baguette & 20 Diamond in each earring so do you multiply the Baguette & Diamond cart weight by 40 to get the exact cart weight of the earrings?

    or is this completely wrong

    Thanks in advance

    Peter

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    Not sure I'm completely following - but if you've got 20 stones the same than yes, I'd multiply the weight of 1 by 20 to give an approximate total carat weight. Noting that it is just an approximation. So 20 * the baguette weight + 20 * the round weight (if I've understood correctly).

    Pictures might help?

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    Thanks Again Peter

    how do you upload a picture

    Thanks in advance

    Peter

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    Go to ADVANCED and use the paper clip as in emails. Then you can pre-view your post.

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    This is a picture of the earrings

    Thanks in advance

    Peter
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    Quote Originally Posted by ps_bond View Post
    Not sure I'm completely following - but if you've got 20 stones the same than yes, I'd multiply the weight of 1 by 20 to give an approximate total carat weight. Noting that it is just an approximation. So 20 * the baguette weight + 20 * the round weight (if I've understood correctly).

    Pictures might help?
    Hi Peter still trying how to use the Forum picture as Requested

    thanks in advance

    Peter
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    It's worked. Can't tell much at that resolution, admittedly - are there really 20 baguettes per earring? Looks like probably 20 rounds, admittedly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps_bond View Post
    It's worked. Can't tell much at that resolution, admittedly - are there really 20 baguettes per earring? Looks like probably 20 rounds, admittedly.
    Hi Peter yes its 20 baguettes channel and the 20 Diamonds dow the sides

    Thanks in advance

    Peter
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